What is C1 Compressor?
With compression, expansion, gating, and equalization, the C1 is a true production workhorse, featuring three independent modules which can be used separately or combined for maximum flexibility. Compressor plugin with gate and sidechain. Compressor/Expander, Gate/Expander, Filter/EQ modules. Split-band dynamics.
What type of compressor is waves C1?
2500 Stereo Compressor Plug
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Are waves compressors good?
Waves makes some of the highest quality, professionally sounding VST/ RTAS plugins known throughout the mixing world, and their selection of compressors lives up to just that. (Refer to 3 Common Types of Dynamic Compression for a better understanding on how to use each plugin).
What Waves EQ for mastering?
These are the best Waves plugins for mastering:
- Waves Abbey Road TG Mastering Chain.
- Waves Abbey Road Vinyl.
- Waves Center.
- Waves H-Comp Hybrid Compressor.
- Waves Infected Mushroom Pusher.
- Waves L3-16 Multimaximizer.
- Waves Linear Phase Multiband Compressor.
- Waves RS56 Passive EQ.
Where should I put my noise gate?
Where does a noise gate go in your signal chain? In some ways, this is subjective. Naturally, you’ll want to place the noise gate wherever the noise is, for example after your fuzz pedal. It’s most common, however, to put it at the end of your chain but before any ambient pedals such as delay and reverb.
What should I set my noise gate to?
Usually, a fast attack is your best bet when using a noise gate. You don’t want the beginning of a drum hit or vocal line to get cut off. So make sure your attack is fast enough that your recording isn’t getting clipped. Start with something under 5 ms and adjust from there.